Hong Kong ends quarantine requirement for people infected with COVID-19 starting Jan. 30

Hong Kong said it will no longer require people infected with COVID-19 to quarantine from Jan. 30, removing one of the last major coronavirus restrictions in place in the Asian financial hub. The scrapping of the isolation requirements is part of a decision to downgrade COVID-19's status to an endemic disease from a severe respiratory disease and follows a similar move by China on Jan.8. "I have decided to scrap the quarantine order for COVID-infected patients. This is one of the important steps towards normalcy," city leader John Lee told a legislative meeting on Thursday. CHINA DEFENDS ITS COVID HANDLING AFTER WHO, BIDEN SAY BEIJING IS UNDER-REPORTING DEATHS People wearing face masks in the streets of Hong Kong, China, on Dec. 28, 2022. (REUTERS/Tyrone Siu) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP People in Hong Kong are, however, still required to wear masks unless exercising. Last week, high-speed rail services between Hong Kong and mainland China resumed for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. The re-opening comes amidst a massive wave of infections on the mainland following China's abrupt U-turn on its "zero-COVID" policy. Adblock test (Why?) Original Article

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